• Sitka Local Foods Network to launch monthly newsletter to help keep people updated on our activities

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At the Sitka Local Foods Network, we know people are busy and they don’t have time to check our website or Facebook page every day to see what’s happening. So we will be launching a monthly newsletter to give folks another way to stay up to date.

The monthly newsletter will feature some brief updates on the top stories from our website, along with information about upcoming classes, the Sitka Farmers Market, St. Peter’s Fellowship Farm garden parties, garden advice, volunteer opportunities, and more. There also will be information about local foods programs offered by other groups, such as classes from the University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service or events from the Sitka Seafood Festival, that Sitkans might find interesting. We’ll try to keep things fairly short, with links in the newsletter to the longer stories on our website for those who want more info.

You can sign up for the newsletter by clicking this link and following the prompts on the sign-up form (you also can click on the newsletter image in the right column of our website to register). You should receive an email asking you to confirm your subscription, which will open a link where you can let us know more about your interests. To keep from flooding your email account, we will try to limit the newsletters to just once a month (unless there’s a major news item).

At the bottom of each newsletter is a link that allows you to unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time. We don’t want to spam anybody. Also, we won’t share our email list with outside groups because we know you value your privacy.

Sign up soon, because the January 2015 newsletter will be sent out later this week.

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2 thoughts on “• Sitka Local Foods Network to launch monthly newsletter to help keep people updated on our activities

    • Helen, We currently do not have a newsletter. Some people may have signed up for the website’s RSS feed, which sends out notifications when there are new posts to the site, but the newsletter will be s little bit different. While there will be some highlighted website stories, there also will be a few calendar updates and other new items.

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